Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

"Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation is the medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis, evaluation, prevention, and treatment of disability aimed at facilitating, maintaining, or restoring the highest degree of functional capacity and independence possible" SERMEF - Spanish Society of Rehabilitation and Physical Medicine.

Comprehensive treatment of the musculoskeletal system, emphasizing therapeutic exercise, physical medicine with various techniques such as diathermy, shock waves, and magnetotherapy, as well as physiotherapy techniques. Interventional techniques with ultrasound for nerve blocks in pain management, as well as in the treatment of degenerative musculoskeletal and neurological pathologies with hyaluronic acid, collagen, and platelet-enriched plasma.

Treatment of spasticity in cerebral and spinal cord damage with botulinum toxin.

Consultation dedicated to patients who have suffered accidents or injuries that cause pain and functional limitation.

Patients requiring post-surgical recovery of hip, knee, tendons, ligaments, etc.

Consultation and assessment for patients with chronic osteoarticular pain.

Consultation for patients requiring functional recovery after stroke and other neurological pathologies.

Consultation for patients with limited mobility.

Consultation for patients with orthopedic deformities or congenital malformations.


Physiotherapy facilitates the development, maintenance, and recovery of an individual's maximum functionality and mobility. It aims to promote the proper movement and kinetics of the body by developing the functions of the different systems of the body.


Medical practice that treats the individual in a global and holistic way, seeking the causes and origins of the injury. It treats areas of hypomobility, which means areas with limited mobility or blockages.

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